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Claim your FREE copy of the User’s Guide Transportation

Leading supplier of connectivity technology for data, signals and power, HARTING Ltd, has launched its latest edition of its reference manual, the User’s Guide Transportation, which can be downloaded for free by clicking here.

It is based on the company’s several decades of collaboration and innovation, featuring analysis of products used in the rail industry along with application examples. Pete Addison, Market Application Manager – Transportation – at HARTING Ltd, explains more.

“As a leading supplier of connectivity technology for data, signals and power, HARTING Ltd have built strong working relationships across the rail transportation market in the UK.

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We’ve now launched the latest edition of our reference manual, the User’s Guide Transportation, which gives in-depth technical analysis of HARTING products used in the rail industry along with assembly manuals, best practices and application examples.

HARTING has delivered connectors and rail accessories to the railway industry for many years, a successful partnership marked by a long tradition of trust and cooperation. The technical expertise and data gathered over these many years of collaboration has provided the foundation for numerous innovations, including Ethernet network systems, current measurement, and customer-specific solutions

The User’s Guide for Transportation explains how to use HARTING products and solutions in railway vehicles and stationary rail applications, bringing together information that will make the user’s job easier, whether that job is in construction, development, or production. As well as assembly instructions, you’ll also find descriptions of the certifications, regulations and directives that are relevant to the railway industry and how HARTING products comply with these standards.”

To get your free copy of the User’s Guide Transportation, click here and complete a simple form.

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